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Fun Halloween activities for preschoolers, pre-k, and toddlers, including Halloween Bingo, Halloween Scavenger Hunt, and Halloween Learning Packets.
HALLOWEEN SCAVENGER HUNT:
This Halloween game for kids is perfect to do on a neighborhood spooky walk or on Halloween night while trick-or-treating. Great for toddlers and preschool aged kids to learn new vocabulary and language while seeing new sights outside.
Also includes the images so you can have them find the Halloween images throughout the classroom and have them check it off there.
This is a 33 page download of Halloween activities and perfect for fall learning.
This packet is great for 2, 3, 4 or even 5 year olds who are just beginning to learn how to write, draw, and color.
• • • • • WHAT THEY WILL LEARN• • • • •
Same vs Different
More vs Less
Finishing a picture
• • • • • HOW TO USE • • • • •
Have your student or child use a pencil or crayon to complete activities. They will learn to make circles, trace, write letters, and numbers.
Note: Great for home use, classroom, or classroom centers use.
• • • • • HOW TO ASSEMBLE• • • • •
1. Purchase, download, and print this worksheet packet
2. Put into a folder or three-ring binder
3. Insert the tracing pages into clear page protectors OR Laminate and use kid-friendly, dry erase markers to re-use again.
Halloween Bingo Game for Preschoolers through Older Kids
Includes 5 Different Bingo Cards.
Keep kids entertained and learning about the new concepts and items during Halloween time with this quick and simple game.
To play, cut out the small pieces from one card and place them in a bowl or container. Pass out a card for each player and hand out small chips for each person. You can use coins, rolled up pieces of paper, cotton balls, etc.
The teacher or parent can pick out a piece for the bingo game one at a time or you can have each child go around and pick.
Tell them to place a chip on each spot that they see or hear being called. Let them know that the first person to get 5 in a row wins!